The study found that for the entire group of participants, cuter creatures were associated with greater activity in brain areas involved in emotion. Some had been manipulated to look less appealing. But when people encounter too much cuteness, the result can be something scientists call "cute aggression. Cute aggression was first described by researchers at Yale University several years ago. The images included both grown-ups and babies. The idea is that the appearance of these negative emotions helps people get control of the positive ones running amok.
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